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Practical Training Programme for MD Community Medicine and Diploma Public Health (DPH)

Practical Training Programme for students of MD Community Medicine and Diploma Public Health (DPH) was conducted on 2nd July 2011 by the Departmant of Community Medicine at Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad.

Dr Ravi Babu, Professor, Osmania Medical College, gives an introduction to the practical training programme. He gives a brief outline of the practical examination pattern for MD Community Medicine and Dip Public Health (DPH)
Postgraduate Curriculum
Dr ML Surya Prabha, Professor, OMC, gives an outline of MCI prescribed PG Curriculum for Community Medicine, the general and specific objectives of the course, syllabus for practicals and the evaluation system.
Family Case Study – A case of Diabetes (PDF)
Family Case Study – An Antenatal Case (PDF)
A Short Clinico-social Case Study – Diarrhoea (PDF)
Public Health Laws
Dr M Jaya Ram, then Joint Director (Lep & NCD) gives a detailed presentation on Inspection of eating houses, few highlights of Prevention of Food Adulteration Act and Civil registration system
Dr Vimala Thomas, Associate Professor, Osmania Medical College gives a lecture on Pedagogy and making Lesson plan, which is an important part of practical exam.


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